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What’s in a Name? NASA to Remove ‘Offensive’ Nicknames Like ‘Eskimo Nebula’ From...

Cosmic objects such as planets and galaxies are often referred to by their unofficial nicknames invoking their appearance, even by the scientific community, in an effort to make them seemingly more “public-friendly”.
Topics: NASA, Space, Nebulas, Galaxies

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How Will the U.S. Military Stop Hypersonic Attacks? Space-Based Missile-Killer Systems

Kris Osborn Security, Americas Faster, more precise enemy attacks, especially those traveling through space, will need a new-generation of space-integrated sensors and faster, more precise interceptors.  The prospect of long-range hypersonic...
Topics: Military

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SpaceX launches 57 new “VisorSat” Starlink satellites

SpaceX launched 57 new satellites in its latest push to get its Starlink cluster up and running. The company plans to start beta trials of its Internet service served by the satellites later this summer. There has been controversy surrounding the...
Topics: SpaceX, Space, Satellites

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'Race' for Moon & Mars May Develop Between US-Led Bloc and Sino-Russian Alliance, Analyst...

Russo-Chinese outer space and lunar cooperation fits the national and strategic interests of both Moscow and Beijing, says international affairs and security analyst Mark Sleboda, who sheds light on the hidden strings in Washington's bold moon...
Topics: Moon, Space, Mars

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'Meteorites are Coming': Pastor Speaks of 'Apocalyptic Fireballs' as Asteroid Flies Towards Earth

Pastor Begley suggested that bigger space rocks may be heading in the direction of our planet, and that certain biblical doomsday prophecies may come true.
Topics: Meteorites, Asteroids, Space

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Beirut Explosion: The Ship That Carried Explosive Cargo Sunk Near Ground Zero, Satellite Photos Show

For seven years, a warehouse at the Beirut port housed well over 2,700 tonnes of a highly explosive chemical. That chemical detonated on 4 August, killing at least 157 people and wounding thousands more; authorities seek to determine if the blast...
Topics: Satellites, Space, Science Photos

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Pilot Shouldn't Have Attempted Landing Given the Weather Conditions: Aviation Expert

New Delhi (Sputnik): An Air India Express Dubai-Calicut flight (Boeing 737) flight, which was carrying 191 people on board, skid off the runway while attempting to land at Kerala's Kozhikode International Airport, killing at least 14 people,...
Topics: Boeing, Airports

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Researchers Learn What 'Prehistoric Crocodile Crossed With a Giraffe' Was Like – Report

The new study reportedly suggests that the ancient reptile in question was an aquatic ambush predator whose quarry were fish and squid.

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Quake is free through Bethesda Launcher for QuakeCon 2020, Quake II to follow

The first person shooter will be free through the weekend

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A Globular Cluster was Completely Dismantled and Turned Into a Ring Around the Milky Way

An international team of astronomers discovered some surprising when studying a debris ring around our Milky Way: the remnants of an ancient globular cluster The post A Globular Cluster was Completely Dismantled and Turned Into a Ring Around the...
Topics: Milky Way, Space, Scientific Discoveries

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Newly forming star has spiral arms like a tiny galaxy

Protoplanetary disks – where young stars are forming their families of planets – usually form concentric rings of gaps. But astronomers have recently spotted a surprising situation: an adolescent star surrounded by galaxy-like spiral...
Topics: Galaxies, Space

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Revisiting the global hydrological cycle: is it intensifying?

As a result of technological advances in monitoring atmosphere, hydrosphere, cryosphere and biosphere, as well as in data management and processing, several databases have become freely available. These can be exploited in revisiting the global...

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I've tested all of Casper's new mattresses and I wouldn't recommend the Wave Hybrid because of its...

I tested all five of Casper's new mattresses, including the Wave Hybrid. Here's how it performed and stacked up against the rest.

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NASA offers startling view of Beirut blast damage using satellite data

On August 4, the city of Beirut experienced an enormous, incredibly tragic explosion that claimed numerous lives and caused widespread damage. Many videos of this event show the explosion from different angles, as well as the resulting impact, but...
Topics: NASA, Space, Satellites, Science Videos

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SpaceX sent another 57 Starlink satellites into orbit, inching toward beta testing

SpaceX launched another 57 of its Starlink communications satellites into orbit this week, bringing the total number of Starlink satellites in orbit to just shy of 600. The satellites will provide high-speed internet access for users with special...
Topics: SpaceX, Space, Satellites

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VIDEO: Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Unboxing and First Look!

Read the original post: VIDEO: Galaxy Note 20 Ultra Unboxing and First Look! Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is now in the house! As we always do, before we get to reviewing this massive thing, we have to unbox it. If you’re in need of a bit of a refresh...
Topics: Science Videos, Samsung Galaxy Note, Space

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Air India plane crashes on landing with almost 200 onboard

Reports of an Air India plane crash with 190 passengers onboard in Calicut.

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Will Trump's "Space Force" Actually Work?

Peter Suciu Security, Americas A new study by the RAND Corporation suggested that as currently planned the new service could actually be too small to adequately support its mission. Here's What You Need To Remember: While perhaps the Space Force...

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Stellar egg hunt with ALMA—Tracing evolution from embryo to baby star

Astronomers using the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array (ALMA) took a census of stellar eggs in the constellation Taurus and revealed their evolution state. This census helps researchers understand how and when a stellar embryo transforms...
Topics: Space, Census, Constellations

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Scientists mutate fish with disturbing results

Research published this week showed an experiment run by scientists with mutation on their minds. In the experiments, scientists altered single genes of zebrafish and recorded the results. Their aim was to study the evolution of the jaw. They...
Topics: Genetics

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